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Anonymous asked: The butterfly effect isn't just a movie. Wiki it. The movie is based on the theory..
I would find Gotham City, punch a child, and then see study the city and see what happened.
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ouziki asked: In response to an earlier ask, I was actually prescribed a 5-HTP (sumatriptan) even though I take an SSRI (paxil). Everything I've read says not to take them together, but my doctor has said it's okay and I've had no negative effects (from what I can tell). It worries me and I guess taking them together isn't the best idea, but I think in some rare cases it's okay. Or my doctor is nuts. I really don't know.
I do not know enough about medicine to know either way.
Yay theatre degree!
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Anonymous asked: I'm currently looking for my first real job. As much as I need one, the idea of being interviewed is terrifying and I'm always a bit relieved when I don't get an answer back from a place I apply to. Am I weird?
It is not weird to be nervous about job interviews but it is something you you need to find a way to do if you want to get a job and leave your parents’ house. I guess if you do not need the money it is okay to feel relieved when you don’t get an interview, because the stress of not having a job is less than the stress of talking to a stranger but I would work to find a away to do successful job interviews since you will have to do one in the future and your livelihood will be on the line.
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stevey226 asked: To the anon. I'm an extreme introvert but I found a way to make friends and keep to myself. When I go to college, I don't think about making friends. I don't think about impressing people. I don't think about wanting someone as a friend. I be myself, quiet, reserved. That way they understand that I'm a quiet person. They don't expect the fake portrayal. I can then see the ones who like me for me. You can then become comfortable with them and build a fairly strong friendship with no facade.
An introvert may feel asocial when pressured to go to a party that doesn’t interest her. But for her, the event does not promise meaningful interaction. In fact, she knows that the party will leave her feeling more alone and alienated. Her social preference may be to stay home and reflect on a conversation with a friend, call that friend, and come to an understanding that is meaningful to her. Or she might indulge in the words of a favorite author, feeling a deep connection with a person she has never met. From the perspective of a partygoer, this introvert may appear to be asocial, when, in fact, the introvert is interacting in a much different way.
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